Risk factors associated with failure of surgical treatment for stress urinary incontinence at 24 months follow-up

Diokno A C1, Richter H E2, Kenton K3, Norton P4, Albo M5, Kraus S6, Moalli P7, Chai T8, Zimmern P9, Litman H10, Tennstedt S10

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Surgery for Stress Incontinence

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Surgery for Stress Incontinence:Room: Grote Zaal - Chairs: Elizabeth Gormley & Pieter Venema
Scientific Podium Session 15
Friday 24th August 2007
15:45 - 16:00
1. William Beaumont Hospital-Royal Oak, MI, 2. University of Alabama at Birmingham - Birmingham, AL, 3. Loyola University Medical Center - Maywood, IL, 4. University of Utah-Salt Lake City, UT, 5. University of California - San Diego, CA, 6. University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio, 7. University of Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh, PA, 8. University of Maryland - Baltimore, MD, 9. University of Texas Southwestern - Dallas, TX, 10. New England Research Institutes, Inc. - Watertown, MA
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